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Harvard Law tallies $476.5M in fundraising campaign

, The National Law Journal

Five years and $476.5 million later, Harvard Law School has wrapped up its "Setting the Standard" fundraising campaign. The drive is the most lucrative fundraiser of any law school to date, according to Harvard, and leaders celebrated its success at a gala on Thursday. Dean Elena Kagan said the fundraising campaign has allowed the school to augment financial assistance for students, expand the faculty and facilities, modernize and internationalize its curriculum and encourage public service.

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